This is the forth variation of my own pattern. More about it and the third variation on my blog
Thank you very much! Kind words like yours keep me going…
I finally managed to finish this denim pencil skirt. If you are interested in details of my struggle read more on my blog-…
Finally I hopped on the peplum train and managed to sew this trendy shirt. I chose different colours for bodice and skirt part and linked them by painting a rough ombre with fabric paint. Read more…
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I always enjoy looking at your creations too.
Thank you so much for your kind words. I’m glad you enjoy reading my blog also.
This is a modification of my selfdrafted hi-low shirt. I added some pleats at the shoulder. Blogged it here
easy to sew hat. I love it and will make more in other colours for sure.
Blogged it here
This is a simple little pouch I made as a secret christmas present.
more details in my blog
Thank you for your nice comment on my version of this dress. I like your idea of adding just a po…
I did this pattern before…in the same fabric…as a dress. This time I transformed it into a shirt for my mum. It’s Simplicity Cynthia Rowley 2406. Read more on my blog…
The fabric is gorgeous…and the skirt too!
This shirt is a present for a friend featuring the logo of her website.
Read more about it on my blog
Thank you all for the lovely feedback!
This autumn outfit consists of a selfdrafted shirt and skirt. It is inspired by the fashion blogger Lucy Laucht.
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I saw so many nice versions of this dress around the internet. But instead of colour blocking I did bleach blocking and added “normal” sleeves.
The pattern is not available here but on the German …
A simple midi dress from a selfdrafted pattern. The jersey has the pattern of knitted wool.
The whole story on my blog
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